There are a number of ways in which you can support the work of the project;
The project specifically looks for volunteers with lived experience of the issues it's clients are facing. If you have experienced financial hardship in your lifetime then your knowledge and expertise can go a long way to helping a client improve their own circumstances. Find out more HERE
Host a Food Collection
Emergency Food Bags are often the first point of contact between the project and a new client. All food issues to clients is donated by the local community. If you would like to host a Food Collection on behalf of the project at your school, place of work or worship or simply at home then get in touch with the project team HERE to receive a Food Collection pack.
If you don't wish to host a Food Collection but would like to donate some non-perishable food yourself, then click HERE to get in touch with a member of the project team.
When people are facing up to difficult circumstances they often struggle to ask for help, however by sharing information about existing support organisations such as us to friends and family you will have helped them to make the first step towards asking for that help. If you see a Crutch Haringey leaflet in your local GP surgery or Community Hub then please pick one up and pass it on to anyone you think may benefit from our services.
The project has both Facebook and Twitter accounts which share all of the latest news and events, you can find us on both platforms by using the handle @CrutchHaringey. You'd be surprised how much of an impact you can have by hitting the SHARE or RETWEET button!